Print For The Cure

Request PPE

The Movement

Print For The Cure is a web platform aiming to mobilize all makers to combat the critical shortage of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment). Some PPE, such as face shields, mask comfort straps, and hand-less door openers can be easily produced at home. We connect makers/donors capable of producing PPE to essential workers/requesters in need.

How It Works in 5 Easy Steps:

  1. Essential Workers can submit requests for PPE.
  2. Donors must register through the website.
  3. Anyone can browse PPE requests on a map, and registered donors can view requests nearest to them.
  4. Registered donors can claim requests, after which they are connected with their requester.
  5. Donors fulfill their claimed requests for PPE and arrange delivery with their requester.

By using this platform,

  • Essential workers can benefit by receiving critical Protective Equipment.
  • Donors can help save the lives of their doctors & essential workers.
  • Requesters are welcome to give monetary donations to their donors upon fulfillment of their request.

Be a part of the movement to mobilize makers against Covid-19!

Phone : 858-324-6183
Email : printforthecure@gmail.com
Website : printforthecure.com

How Can I Help?

72%

Probability

Your Request For PPE Will Be Claimed

24430+

PPEs Made & Donated By Gracious Makers


1141

Requesters Served

950

Organizations Supported

47

States Reached

87

Registered PPE Donors

Words from Recipients

See a Map of PPE Requests Around the Nation

Are you an Essential Worker? Request For PPE!

Catalog of 3D Printable PPE

Our Amazing PPE Donors

Meet The Team

Michael Zeng

Founder and Backend Programmer
Michael Zeng

Hi I'm Michael, from San Diego CA! I help manage the project and program the back-end. I started 3D printing and delivering face shields with my robotics team "The Clueless" FTC, and seeing the inefficiencies of personally creating and delivering shields to an overwhelming demand, I founded the project with a goal of removing the bottle-neck of a single distribution center. Your support can make this idea a reality!

Subash Shibu

Frontend Programmer
Michael Zeng

I am Subash, a junior at Dublin High School. I wanted to help stop the spread of Covid-19, and created my own gofundme and helped make and distribute shields. Seeing as this website could be more efficient, I jumped in and helped program the front-end as well as market our platform.

Ashwin Baluja

Deployment Architect
Ashwin Baluja

I'm Ashwin Baluja, a junior at The Bishop's School. I love Computer Science, and spend most of my time coding, especially with Machine Learning and Computer Vision. I designed and worked on the hosting and deployment of the website, as well as email confirmation.





Nicholas Liu

Social Media Marketing
Michael Zeng

I'm Nicholas Liu, a rising junior attending The Bishop's School. I've spent my past several weeks assembling and delivering face shields to hospitals with my robotics FTC team "The Clueless" #11212. In my free time, I enjoy playing tennis, building robots, and taking nice strolls through the park.

Andrew Kessler

Strategic Account Manager
Andrew Kessler

I'm Andrew Kessler, a junior at The Bishop's School in CA. I love science and enjoy building things. As for hobbies, I like to play lacrosse and solve puzzles. I hope that I will be able to do my part in fighting SARS-Cov-2 through PrintForTheCure.


Dr. Jaiclin

Technical Advisor
Dr. Jaiclin

I'm Marcus Jaiclin, aka Dr. J. I teach Computer Science, Robotics and am co-chair of the Creative Sciences Department at The Bishop's School. I enjoy working with students to push the boundaries of what they thought was possible with their knowledge, and work with Robocup Junior to expand what high school students can do with robots. It was great to be able to help students with amazing projects like this.


Partners and Sponsors

Makers For Covid-19
ACA San Diego
Viasat
The Clueless FTC #11212
CAST-SD
MakerspaceCT
Elite Aerospace Group
FreePPEKC

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